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of us again. we're going to do everything we can to keep michigan competitive. >> reporter: economists say right-to-work laws do attract more business, but employees are paid less. there's a lot of disagreement over just how much of an impact right-to-work laws can have on a state's economy. in general, experts say so many factors go into a company's decision to expand or locate in a certain state that it's hard to point to right-to-work laws as an overriding factor. >> susan mcginnis, thank you very much. >>> to the fiscal cliff negotiations now. it is crunch time. with just three weeks before higher taxes and spending cuts kick in, negotiations are underway, but it's not known what if any progress is being made. speaking in michigan yesterday, the president said he's willing to compromise a little, but the gop wants to know specifics. danielle nottingham has more. >> reporter: president obama's campaign to steer clear of the fiscal cliff took him to a diesel engine plant outside detroit. >> congress doesn't act soon, meaning the next few weeks, starting on january 1, everybody's goin
statement. >> even prop 30 didn't give us more money. it prevented more cuts from happening. >> in the meantime those programs will be disrupted. teachers possibly laid off, hard to get back. >> meanwhile the state's superintendent is talking about already asking tax payers for more money. this time a statewide school bond. >> we have over 10,000 schools. >> in the newsroom, phil matier, cbs 5. >>> fiscal cliff camps are sprouting up across california. congresswoman's office in san jose, local seniors rally to demand lawmakers raise taxes on bank and corporations lain off social programs. city omhi-wwork. 3 >>> developing news in san pablo. ken bastida is live with more. police still look for the gunman? >> reporter: that's right, allen. they are still trying to figure out what happened inside this apartment. as you mentioned, shots rang out. it is normally quiet here. early sunday morning when police got here they found two people's bodice -- bodies laying on the stairs here. they also found something else inside the apartment. they found their 4-year-old daughter inside
may have drawn them to the cooler waters of california. >> it's really an exploratory time for us. we're learning more about what causes these strandings and whether or not we should be worried about them or if it's just a natural part of the squid cycle. >> reporter: kiet do, cbs 5. >>> crab is hard to find in stores and restaurants these days. it's been six days since the boats went out. crabbers are still on strike, upset over wholesalers attempts to lower prices. we learned today that oregon is delaying the opening of its crab season until december 30. that should keep bay area crabbers a little more leverage. >>> four pipe bombs in four days in one bay area town. the latest, outside pleasant hill elementary school. students had to evacuate today. and tonight, cbs 5 reporter christin ayers is telling us the question on everyone's mind, are there any more out there? >> reporter: for the second time since friday, a bomb squad detonated an explosive device found near a school campus in pleasant hill. >> it looked like that it had been lit but did not go off. it didn't detonate. >> re
. very sad day for me. >> u.s. officials will investigate the plane crash that killed her and others. >>> the body of 28-year-old nicolas cheque is back in the united states now. the navy seal died over the weekend during an operation and rescue of an american doctor kidnapped by the taliban. pentagon officials say the doctor was in imminent danger of being killed. he was rescued unharm but officer cheque died from gunshots wounds in the battle. a high school friend and cheque always wanted to be in the military. >> that was his plan. it wasn't college, it wasn't engineering. it was -- i'm interested in being in the military and in living that lifestyle, serve my country. that's what he wanted to do. >> seven taliban members were killed in the rescue operation. cheque a 10-year veteran was part of the elite u.s. special forces team. that same elite unit carried out the raid that killed osama bin laden. >>> a las vegas-bound flight from seattle had to make an emergency landing in sacramento because of the smell of smoke. an airport spokeswoman says the alaska airlines flight landed ar
tips are very significant to us. >> reporter: investigators are looking for a motive. people who heard something said they heard a car alarm going off in the complex and shortly thereafter the gunfire started. was it a burglary? was it a robbery? they are not sure it was gang related. they are kind of ruling that out. this is the situation and seventh homicide this year all previous five have been solved by the public's help. reporting live, i am ken bastida. back to you. >>> the woman who murdered a bay area student learned her sentence today, but not before learning the true consequences of her kyle. cbs 5's ann notarangelo talks about the sentencing. >> reporter: she showed no emotion as the judge sent her to prison. the judge, think, called her a cold-blooded killer. >> maybe she will never feel remorse. i can't say that, but if she did, it will show she is sha -- somewhat of a human being. >> i junction everyone to know how beautiful and -- just want everyone to know how beautiful michelle was. >> chekist appeared during a break in her -- her body was found months later in a
to call. because those insignificant tips they believe are very significant to us. >> both victims were 30 years old. their 4-year-old daughter wasn't hurt and she's now with child protective services. >>> san francisco police are investigating a bizarre case that left one man dead and a woman critically wounded. the two were found last night bound, gagged, bad rigid onruss -- gagged, bound, at russell street. police have no suspects or motives. >>> a cold-blooded killer. that's what judge called a woman who nurses nursing student michelle le when he sentenced her to life in prison today. as cbs 5 reporter ann notarangelo shows us that the harsh words didn't stop there. >> maybe she'll never feel remorse, i can't say that, but if she did, at least she's somewhat of a human being. >> reporter: michelle le's family wanted to stand in front of her killer and tell her how she changed their lives. >> i just want everyone to know how beautiful and how incredible that michelle was and how much she has impacted my entire family. >> reporter: michelle le disappeared from kaiser permanente. it's not
at highway 35 near olympic way. a winch was used to carry the man to the road and transported him to the hospital. another passenger had minor injuries and is expected to be okay. >>> a car fire inside the caldecott tunnel snarled part of the morning commute. chopper 5 flew over the backup. it happened in the eastbound direction just after 8:00. it took about 45 minutes to clear the road and reopen the tunnel. >>> the city of lafayette has selected a contractor to fix a huge sinkhole created after last week's storms. c.c. meyers company will be hired to handle repair work on mountain view drive. weather permitting, the plan is to have the work completed by christmas. >>> union officials have vowed to wage war against those behind the just-passed right to work law in michigan state. thousands of protestors stormed the state capital today as lawmakers made their final vote on the plan. the law makes it illegal to force a worker to join a union or pay union dues. michigan is now the 24th state to did so. supporters say it will bring more jobs to the state but opponents including pres
and there was a mother who lived there with her young son. she told us that she thinks somebody threw something into her home and that's what caused it to set on fire. so arson investigators are on scene. they are trying to sort all of this out but we are on dixon street right by the bart station. this was a one-alarm fire but again it caused significant damage and firefighters say that that family won't be able to return home. nobody was hurt. pg&e crews also on scene securing some lines and we are still waiting to get some more information but as i said arson investigators are on scene. elissa harrington, cbs 5. >>> new this morning, a fire in east oakland is believed to have been started by squatters. the single-alarm fire happened around 1:30 this morning on 64th and international boulevard. officials say homeless people may have been living in the building at the time. no injuries reported. >>> the same building caught fire in august. it took firefighters about half hour to put it out back then. and at the time, it was an appliance store called budget appliances. >>> a man is in critical condition
inside a car. >>> later this morning search crews in vallejo will use special sonar equipment to try and find a missing man. police believe 77-year-old phillip mattingly of fair oaks fell into the mare island strait. he was last seen on saturday afternoon working on a tugboat on the eastshore of mare island. and since then divers and coast guard boats have searched the waters but found nothing. >>> a mysterious invasion along 12 miles of northern california beaches. thousands of squid washed up on the monterey shore stranded from aptos to watsonville. some of people tried to put them back in the water but the deep water creatures swam back to shore. a graduate student observing the bizarre phenomenon says the squid probably don't know where they are. >> they don't see the shore very often. so it might just be they don't understand what's going on around them and they are just trying to get away and don't realize that if they swim towards the shore, they're going to run out of water eventually. >> researchers think the juvenile squid may have eaten toxic algae causing them to be disor
us a bullet-proof vest for the trip thewithin minutes it became erystal clear why. ( gunshots ) >> hold on, something's up. r: reporter: a block away, this man was a target. >> he just shot at me right there! >> man with a gun. man with a gun. >> reporter: that's the fleeing suspect. >> stay in the car. >> reporter: okay. >> reporter: the commander and his men ran down the suspected shooter. >> he's in the backyard! >> reporter: 21-year-old julian gayles. police think the shooting probably was gang-related. >> it looks like a baretta, 9 millimeter. if you can see the hammer it means he just shot it. s reporter: chicago's police say they've seized more gun this is year than new york and los angeles combined but the violence here is still so bad arat heavily-armed police now have to attend gang funerals to prevent revenge killings. is this a solvable problem or do you just try to maintain a certain level of calm? >> i don't want to maintain. i want to win. so we're going to always try to do better than we did before. >> reporter: it didn't get much bet they are weekend. among th
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